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Title: TSUKUYOMI MOON PHASE GN (2005) #7
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TSUKUYOMI MOON PHASE VOL 7 GN (OF 10) (MR)
Mario has found out where Luna (Hazuki) has been hiding. With murder on his mind, he made his way to Kouhei's house. Kouhei's grandfather must do whatever it takes to stop Mario. Will Hazuki be able to escape the wrath of Mario and protect Kouhei? Meanwhile, Mario isn't the only person looking for Hazuki, there is something in the shadows patiently waiting to attack. Sell Sheet Keynote: Sixth Sense meets Interview with a Vampire Key Selling Points: • Cute cat girls, vampires, and psychic mediums-will appeal to fans of Mahoromatic, Crescent Moon and DearS • Cross-promoted with the FUNimation DVD release (beginning Summer 2006) • Over 200,000 web pages dedicated to Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase manga and anime • '...vampires, beautiful ghosts, cat girls and heaping doses of the supernatural all combine to create an appealing world for the reader.' -IGN.com • Tsukuyomi Moon Phase is a supernatural romance with teeth to it. -Activeanime.com Blurbs: • Rated a Must Read '...shows a lighter side to the gloom of a vampire's life.' - Anime Insider, Dec. 2005 • 'This is one of those fun, supernatural, light romance series that shows why it was perfect material to adapt into anime. The plot isn't overly complicated and fun to follow. Series creator Keitaro Arima's artwork also helps move the story along at a brisk pace that never seems forced. The series seems to have something for just about every manga / anime fetish out there outside of hentai: vampires, beautiful ghosts, cat girls and heaping doses of the supernatural all combine to create an appealing world for the reader. Tokyopop's translation by Yoohae Yang and adaptation by Jeffrey Reeves work well with Arima's original work, making it one of the easier manga to read in the traditional Japanese right-to-left format. Tsukuyomi Moon Phase is one of those series that is purely entertaining without trying to make itself any deeper or meaningful than it is. It's a fun read that is as much fun the second time through or even just re-skimming to re-read certain scenes that continue to be funny after the first reading. That's more than can be said for a lot of other manga produced with similar intent.' - IGN.com